March 2021 Events
InterGen Powerplays: Non-Dilutive Funding
March 24, 1:00 p.m. MST
Did you know you can raise capital without giving up equity?
Join us for a quick 1-hour session with RSM Canada and discover the different sources of non-dilutive capital and the respective benefits and limitations of each.
During this non-dilutive funding workshop you will gain a better understanding of:
– Approaches to government funding for your business
– How government funding differs from loans and equity
– The different non-dilutive funding options available (SR&ED Tax Credits, and Government Grant Programs)
– An overview of eligible activities, projects, and potential funding
Breakfast Club presents: StellarAlgo & Galatea Technologies
March 25, 9:00 a.m. MST
After an inspiring Reverse Breakfast Club in February where we introduced Jim Gray and a few of our all-star InterGen Business Advisors, we are resuming previously scheduled programming!
Join InterGen’s own, Marcy Krafft, as the leaders of StellarAlgo and Galatea Technologies, Vincent Ircandia and Chad Hayden take the hot seat!
We are excited for the opportunity to chat with these founders about their businesses – the good, the bad and everything in between!
Virtual Happy Hour: Mary Moran CEO Calgary Economic
March 31, 4:00 p.m. MST
Mary became President and CEO of Calgary Economic Development in 2015. Under her leadership there has been greater focus on Calgary’s competitiveness in the new economy; including the areas of talent development, innovation, placemaking, and the business environment.
Mary initially joined Calgary Economic Development as Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Research in 2010. She brought extensive leadership experience in the development of strategy, marketing, stakeholder relations and fund development with leading companies, including TELUS, Delta Hotels, Canadian Airlines and Wardair.
At Calgary Economic Development, Mary led teams that created the Calgary Be Part of the Energy promotional brand adopted by all civic agencies, the award-winning 2013 flood recovery campaign YYC is Open, and oversaw development of two iterations of the city’s economic strategy, Calgary Building on our Energy and Calgary in the New Economy.
Mary is the CEO of the Opportunity Calgary Investment Fund, a board director of the Calgary Film Centre, and was CEO of Calgary 2026 Bid Corporation developing and promoting a bid to host the Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Mary earned an MBA from Royal Roads University. She is active in the Calgary community and serves as a director for the Calgary Petroleum Club, O’Brien Institute for Public Health and is the Chair of Sport Calgary. She is a past Chair of Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta.